Coming soon to 4kids, get ready to sing your hearts out!
Haley Kennedy loves her school and wants to see it thrive for years to come, but, there is one issue… The school plans on closing in 3 years! Haley wants to prevent this from happening, and has many wild ideas to keep it open. She has one great idea to bring attention to her school though…
Meet Harmony Muses! This 9-girl group wants to become pop sensations and keep their school alive! Can Haley, Hannah, McKayla, Nicki, Elly, Lynn, Tori, Mimi, and Naomi save their school?
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New Game of Thrones Season 6 - Cast interviews with
Tom Wlaschiha, Maisie Williams , Carice Van Houten, Liam Cunningham, John Bradley, Hannah Murray, Isaac Hempstead Wright, Ellie Kendrick, Daniel Portman, Alfie Allen, Jonathan Pryce, Dean-Charles Chapman, Iwan Rheon and Michael McElhatton.
The part of Tom and Maisie begin from 6:35 minute and after from 18:03 minute and from 19:19 minute
Characters: Alec Hardy x Hannah Baxter ;
Ellie Miller, Paul Coates, Ben, Bambi, Duncan.
Genre: Film Noir AU; Broadchurch x Secret diary of a call girl xover
Summary: London, 1951. Hardy has recently moved to the city and is staying at The Trader’s Inn, a seedy hotel on the bad side of town. He’s a by-the-book cop and prides himself on being more upstanding than most of his colleagues. Until Duncan approaches him with an interesting offer: his mistress, Hannah, has gone missing, and he’s willing to pay the DI a lot of money in exchange for his collaboration and discretion. With the help of his resourceful secretary, Mrs. Miller, he will uncover truths that threaten his own secrets.
lots of smoking and drinking (as per the genre)
A/N: Duncan was Hannah’s editor and boyfriend, he was played by James D’Arcy
London. What a city for Detective
Inspector Alec Hardy to waste away the rest of his days, solving petty crimes
and drinking too much. He enjoyed its rudeness and its anonymity. He liked the
way it had rebuilt itself after the war, a brand new London, but its scars
His eyes unfocused, and he caught his
own reflection on the glass pane: unkempt hair, stubbly cheeks and sunken eyes.
What a sight.
A sharp whistle caught his attention,
and he looked down at a group of bobbies on the sidewalk. They were having a
smoke and cat-calling women passing by. A strong blast of wind ruffled the
ladies’ dresses, and they looked up as the sky resonated with ominous thunder. Pedestrians
ran amok, seeking shelter before the storm broke. Lightening flashed, a brief
warning before the rain.
In another office, someone had left the
radio on. The staccato of fat drops against glass complimented the melody
weaving its way through the empty second floor of the police station.
Hardy’s eyes darted to the drawer where
he kept a flask of whisky— Glengoyne, from his hometown— but he
decided against it.